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24 Oct 2011
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Shadow Migration: ZFSSA's Way of Transferring Data from or to a non-7000 Storage System [24790]
Goes Replication One Step Better

Shadow Migration, according to Steve Tunstall, is a tool useful both for migrating data from any non-ZFSSA, NFS source or even from a different pool between controllers on the SAME clustered ZFSSA system. This is unlike the replication feature of ZFSSA, which can talk only to another 7000 system. Shadow Migration can get data from both a local source or from any NFS mount from anywhere. He then outlines an eight-step process for performing a Local Shadow Migration, moving data from a share in one pool to another pool on the same system.
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03 Oct 2011
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IBM WebSphere Clustering [24699]
With Oracle Utilities Application Framework

In his blog entry New Webshpere Clustering Paper Anthony Shorten alerts readers to the existence of a companion white paper issued earlier on clustering Oracle Utilities Application Framework-based products using Oracle WebLogic. Now, Shorten announces, a new paper is available on My Oracle Support that covers clustering Oracle Utilities Application Framework-based products on IBM WebSphere.
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28 Jul 2011
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Next-Generation Oracle Unified Directory 11g [24397]
Solution Integrates Storage, Synchronization and Proxy: One Directory for All Enterprise Needs

Oracle Unified Directory 11g, newly announced by Oracle, delivers highly integrated storage, synchronization, and proxy capabilities that help enterprises meet the evolving needs required to support an increasing number of mobile computing and cloud computing requirements. Using Oracle Unified Directory, customers can lower the cost of both administration and ownership by maintaining a single directory for all of their enterprise needs, while also simplifying their enterprise architecture. According to Oracle's press release, this next-generation product builds on the company’s existing directory solutions, providing the most integrated and complete directory services offering on the market.
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21 Jul 2011
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Two Webcasts: Introducing Oracle Entitlements Server 11g [24376]
And Oracle Unified Directory 11g

Oracle Entitlements Server 11g is the industry’s most mature, scalable, standards-based, and hot-pluggable solution to secure applications and data, reduce risk, and address evolving compliance mandates -- exactly the tool to address such modern enterprise security challenges as insider threats, changing regulatory mandates, and fragmented application security. The granular control of authorization and flexibility to change policies enabled by Oracle Entitlements Server 11g provides precisely the level of security current conditions call for. Roger Wigenstam, Director of Product Management, Oracle, and Swapnil Mehta, Director, Global Access Management Practice, SENA Systems, explain why Oracle Entitlements Server sets the new bar for external authorization management. Registration and log in are required for this webcast, originally broadcast on July 14, 2011. Clayton Donley, Senior Director of Engineering at Oracle, discussed Oracle Unified Directory 11g in a webcast on July 21, 2011, explaining why that solution is the leading choice for a directory server from a single vendor that delivers scalability and a complete directory server solution without compromise. Registration and log in are required for this archived webcast as well.
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30 May 2011
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Certification with Oracle Linux 6 [24217]
A Guide to ISVs Certifying Applications

"Certification with Oracle Linux 6," an Oracle Technical Article, covers the key points ISVs must consider in installing and certifying products on Oracle Linux 6. The paper notes that Oracle Linux, which ships with two sets of kernel packages -- Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, and Red Hat compatible Kernel -- is fully compatible in both source and binary with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). According to the article, in testing and certifying applications on Oracle Linux need only install their applications on Oracle Linux and verify the information presented in the article.
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12 Apr 2011
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Deploying Calendar Server on Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.2 with ZFS [24085]
Three-step Procedure Walks Readers Through

From the Oracle Wikis home site comes a procedure for Deploying Calendar Server on Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.2 Software with ZFS. The post includes both the three-step process and a startup troubleshooting guide as well.
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